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  • Exploring Diverse Artistry: The Art Design Project's Latest Exhibit

    Welcome to The Art Design Project's latest online exhibit, a showcase of exceptional sculptures and beautiful tapestries crafted by five talented artists. Here, we will delve into the interesting worlds of these artists, each with a unique approach to art and design. Let's take a closer look at their creative journeys and the captivating pieces they've contributed to our exhibit. Ana Seggiaro: Reshaping European Art Ana Seggiaro's art is deeply rooted in the engravings of Alberto Dürer, Piranesi, and Albinus. Though born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, her art education immersed her in the European artistic tradition. Seggiaro has reinvented these influences, adding her unique perspective and leaving an embroidered mark on her works. Her artistic journey has led her along a different path, one that reflects her individuality and creativity. Alex Hodge: The Clay Whisperer Alex Hodge's artistic journey began with a childhood filled with creativity. She sharpen her skills through watercolor classes and scrapbooking, setting the stage for her future in art. After graduating with a BFA in Ceramics from the University of Georgia, Hodge delved into the world of clay, creating stunning sculptures. Her artistry combines the tactile nature of clay with her unique creative vision, making her one of the standout artists in our exhibit. Charo Oquet: Exploring Displacement and Identity Miami-based artist Charo Oquet is a multi-faceted creative, employing painting, installation, performance, photography, and film to explore pressing issues such as displacement, identity, migration, and sociopolitical matters. Her work offers a subjective perspective on her surroundings and the cultural context she's left behind. Oquet's art reflects her concerns and observations in a rapidly changing global reality. Fanny Finkelman: Sculpting Transparency Fanny Finkelman's sculptures show her artistic exploration through various materials. Her three-dimensional artworks intricately combine discarded objects and materials, resulting in pieces characterized by transparency. Each sculpture is carefully made with color, creating a visual landscape that's a culmination of metalwork and artistic experimentation. The incorporation of color pigments and gold dust further accentuates her artistic prowess. Monica Madotto: Blending Heritage and Exploration Monica Madotto's artistic journey is a blend of her Italian heritage and extensive travels. Born in Venice, Madotto's experiences living in Milan and London, along with her work at Ralph Lauren Home, have shaped her artistic identity. She has lent her expertise to diverse projects ranging from hotels to large residences across the United States and Latin America. Her work reflects her passion for art, design, and her love for experimentation. Remarkable Artists The Art Design Project is proud to showcase these remarkable artists, each with a unique journey and perspective. Our online exhibit is a celebration of their diverse talents and creative approaches to art and design. We invite you to explore their works, which can be found in our exhibit, and consider adding a touch of their creativity to your own life. Visit our online exhibit to immerse yourself in the world of these extraordinary artists and explore the thought-provoking sculptures and tapestries they've contributed. Acquire a piece of their creativity for your own space, and be part of the art and design intersection that The Art Design Project Gallery passionately promotes. Your support is a testament to the thriving art community we represent.

  • Unveiling "Divas & Muses: Photographs & Work on Paper"

    Step into our latest virtual art exhibition, "Divas & Muses: Photographs & Work on Paper." Here at The Art Design Project, we're thrilled to showcase a curated collection of limited-edition photographs and unique works on paper by four exceptional artists, all proudly represented by our gallery. This exhibition is designed to captivate viewers and illuminate the true passion behind each artist's creations. Paloma Castello: Nostalgia and Auto-Fiction Paloma Castello's artworks breathe life into the past, weaving a tapestry of nostalgia and imagination. Influenced by her rich family history, she masterfully blends memory with the present, blurring the lines between reality and fiction. Each piece is a testament to her unique form of "auto-fiction," born from a lifetime surrounded by ancestral stories and cherished objects. Lisa Palomino: The Mnemosyne Series Lisa Palomino's artistic journey spans theatre, still photography, film, advertising, and fashion. Collaborating with Sonia Lahoz and Jorge Duque, she reimagines Maria Jose Arjona's performative pieces in the mesmerizing Mnemosyne Series. Each photograph transports the viewer to a world of imagination, sometimes strange, always provocative. Léa Bon: Breaking Stereotypes through Photography From a young age, Léa Bon found solace in photography, using it as a canvas to construct her own miniature universes. Her work defies traditional photography, transcending human vision. It's an amalgamation of art, fashion, and humanity, evoking elements of surrealism, expressionism, and hyperrealism. "First Cycle-Innocent Vision" is a poignant exhibition, showcasing 25 works that chronicle her personal journey. Leo Matiz: Capturing Frida Kahlo's Essence Leo Matiz, a luminary in Latin American photography, immortalized icons like Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. Through the art of hand-coloring, Matiz breathed life into his portraits, drawing inspiration from Frida's vibrant traditional Mexican dresses. These intimate color portraits offer a glimpse into 1940s Mexican culture and the profound friendship between Matiz and Frida. A Timeless Tribute to Art and History Leo Matiz's legacy lives on, exhibited at the MoMA in New York, a testament to his enduring impact. "Nostalgic Eye: Art Gallery Installation" is a journey through diverse artistic mediums, uniting a select group of artists under one roof. The Art Design Project gallery strives to bridge art and design, representing both emerging and established talents, and offering patrons the opportunity to acquire these remarkable works. Don't miss the opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of "Divas & Muses." Visit our virtual exhibition and explore the captivating narratives woven by these extraordinary artists. Witness the convergence of art and design at The Art Design Project gallery. Gallery Exhibition Details: Title: Nostalgic Eye: Art Gallery Installation Dates: March 2023 - April 2023 Location: Miami Beach Gallery, Miami Beach Step into a world of creativity and passion. Discover the unique worlds of "Divas & Muses: Photographs & Work on Paper" today!

  • Exploring 'Garden in Hell': A Mesmerizing Journey through Horst P. Horst's Masterpieces

    Welcome to a world of timeless elegance and artistic brilliance. The Art Design Project Gallery is proud to announce its latest collaboration, "Garden in Hell: Photographs by Horst P. Horst." This marks our sixth collaboration with The Horst Estate, a partnership that has thrived for over twenty years, spanning various cities across the globe. Here, we'll delve into the fascinating world of this new exhibition, its curator's selection, and the significance of Horst P. Horst's work. The Master of Light and Composition Horst P. Horst, known as the "Master of Light and Composition," is celebrated for his captivating fashion imagery and intimate celebrity portraits. His journey began when Diana Vreeland, tasked him with capturing the interiors and personalities of the rich and famous. The title of the exhibition, "Garden in Hell," is a tribute to Mrs. Vreeland's own Upper East Side apartment, designed by the legendary Billy Baldwin. A Personal Perspective While Horst was renowned for his fashion photography, he had a deeply personal side. In his spare time, he created a remarkable collection of photographs, many of which were taken in his own home and garden in Oyster Bay, NY. These images, characterized by their sensuality and simplicity, have a timeless quality that retains every detail as the master intended. A New Venue The exhibition is set to take place in our new gallery space, located in Miami Beach's historical Art Deco "Governor" Building. This exciting event will extend to the lobby, just steps away from the Miami Beach Convention Center in the newly designated Collins Park Arts District area. About Horst P. Horst Horst P. Horst's career spans six extraordinary decades, during which his photographs graced the pages of renowned publications like Vogue and House and Garden. He was celebrated for his mastery of expressive lighting and atmospheric illusion. His work spanned the opulence of pre-war haute couture in Paris to the rise of ready-to-wear fashion in post-war America. Horst excelled in various genres, from fashion to portraiture, nude studies, interiors, and still-life photography, drawing inspiration from a wide range of sources, including ancient sculptures and surrealist discourse. Praise from The Horst Estate The Horst Estate acknowledges the extraordinary talent and taste of Horst P. Horst. His work went beyond fashion; it embodied a lifestyle, and this distinction is brilliantly showcased in the "Garden in Hell" exhibition. We extend our sincere gratitude to Juan Carlos Arcila-Duque of The Art Design Project Gallery for curating this outstanding exhibition. Horst P. Horst Estate About The Art Design Project Gallery Founded in 2001 by Juan Carlos Arcila-Duque, an interior designer and curator from Miami, The Art Design Project Gallery is a platform that bridges the world of art and design. It represents emerging and established artists and curates physical and online exhibitions. The gallery also hosts pop-up exhibits and alternative engagements around the world, allowing patrons to acquire artworks directly from their portfolio of represented artists or through online partners. A Legacy of Excellence Juan Carlos Arcila-Duque, a pioneer in the Miami Design District, has exhibited works by prominent artists, including Horst P. Horst, Peter Beard, Helmut Newton, Nobuyoshi Araki, Albert Watson, and Sarah Moon, among others. The gallery's new space in Miami Beach's historical Governor Hotel at ArteCity continues to promote art in the newly designated Collins Park Arts District, conveniently close to the Convention Center and The Bass Museum. Garden in Hell by Horst As "Garden in Hell: Photographs by Horst P. Horst" approaches, we invite you to immerse yourself in the world of a true master of photography. Horst P. Horst's work transcends time and fashion, capturing the essence of elegance and beauty. Don't miss the opportunity to witness these extraordinary images and experience the magic of his lens. Join us in Miami Beach, and let the art of Horst P. Horst transport you to a realm of timeless grace and creativity. Your journey begins here.

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